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WTF is Wrong with Open Source Communities?
"If the tech industry has a diversity, equity and inclusion problem, then the open source world has a catastrophe on its hands."
Idea: Open source patents
"I had a radical idea about patents many years ago when they were starting to spoil the software world."
Open-source Vizio lawsuit takes an ugly turn
"All the Software Freedom Conservancy wants is for Vizio to release the open-source Linux and software code it's bundled into its TV firmware. Is Vizio going to?"
Sustain Episode 97: Anthony Ronda and the League of Extraordinary Foundry VTT Developers, games, and Open Source
Anthony fills us in on the history of the League, the background of Foundry, and the open source module that was created.
Sustain Episode 98: Silona Bonewald and her long-term vision for IEEE and open source
Silona Bonewald, Executive Director of IEEE SA OPEN, shares how she went from writing code to working on policy, how she ended up at IEEE, and what SA OPEN does.
Sustain Episode 99: Matt Mankins and giving Kudos to OSS maintainers
Matt Mankins talks about his project, Kudos, which uses micropayments to support open source maintainers.
Sustain Episode #100: Only Hosts, on who we are, where we came from, and where we're going
Let's find out a little bit more about each panelist and thoughts about the future of Sustain, and plans going forward! Also, who are Paul and DeAnn?
One of my proudest non-code contributions to open source.